Crowdsourced Kenosha, a 5-month long creative program, held a kickoff event on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at Fusion, 5014 Seventh Avenue, where presenters shared information and videos of the activities taking place under the Crowdsourced Kenosha banner, including film screenings, book clubs, arts and crafts events, a Weird Old America presentation on Vampires in America, and more, including Crowdsourced Cinema, your opportunity to work either or both behind-the-scenes and in front of the camera to remake the 1921/22 horror classic, Nosferatu. For more information, visit www.crowdsourcedkenosha.com or visit the Crowdsourced Kenosha page on Facebook.
Kenosha Public Library and Kenosha Community Media are proud to announce the opening of the Hub, located at Southwest Library, 7979 38th Avenue, in Kenosha, WI. The Hub is where technology and creativity meet, and it's your space to learn, explore, and create videos, graphics, music, and much more. To take a tour of the video production studio, please call Kenosha Community Media at (262) 656-8497 and get ready for training opportunities. For information and use of the post-production facility, featuring three iMac computers, outfitted with Adobe Creative Cloud software, please contact the Kenosha Public Library or visit mykpl.info.
The Hub, a digital media lab, made possible through a partnership between Kenosha Community Media and Kenosha Public Library will open to the public in June 2018. The Hub features an HD video production studio with green screen technology and a computer lab with Mac computers, outfitted with Adobe Creative Cloud software, ideal for graphic design, audio and video post-production, and more. Watch for more details on our Facebook page and through this News blog.
Crowdsourced Kenosha is a creative community project of Kenosha Community Media, Inc. (KCM) and the Kenosha Public Library in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Its built on a model from Northampton Community Television (NCTV), and its primary objective is to engage the public to re-make a famous film, the 1921 horror classic, Nosferatu. The public serves as producer, director, camera operator, talent, costume and set designer, and in other roles,
Crowdsourced Kenosha is a free,inclusive venture. Kids, teens, and grownups may participate. No experience required. You don't even need to be human. Puppets and animated Legos may join in the fun. Participants may work by themselves, using their own cameras and other equipment, or they may join Crowdsourced Camp, a free training and production experience, taking place from June 16 through August 31, 2018.
Crowdsourced Kenosha kick-off is on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at Fusion, 5014 Seventh Avenue, Kenosha, WI. Free admission. Visit the event website HERE.
On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, Rocky Rococo in Kenosha, WI will provide 15% of its sales to Kenosha Community Media when customers provide a printed voucher to restaurant staff between the hours of 4:00pm and 9:00pm. Bring your family and friends to Rocky Rococo that evening, enjoy your favorites, and leave with the knowledge and our thanks that you've helped KCM to continue to provide its media training and production services to the Kenosha area public and nonprofits. PRINT OUT THE IMAGE AND ITS VOUCHER AND BRING TO ROCKY ROCOCO ON APRIL 24th.
The Kenosha Public Library and Kenosha Community Media have been working together to bring a digital media lab aka The Hub to the public at the Southwest Branch of the Library, 7979 38th Avenue. The site is expected to open this summer. It will provide a video production studio with HD cameras and green screen technology, a control room with switcher and audio board, and a computer lab room with iMac computers, outfitted with Adobe Creative Cloud software for use in video and audio editing, graphic design, web design, manuscript layout, and more. Watch for more news on this exciting project.
Kenosha Community Media thanks HuHot Mongolian Grill for its generosity. HuHot in Kenosha, WI provided a generous donation to KCM in November, setting aside a percentage of their sales from November 16, 2017 to benefit KCM.
On December 2, 2017, Christmas joy filled the Kenosha Dream Playground as Christmas carols were sung and the spirit of Christmas was found in the generous hearts of those who provided contributions to the Shalom Center. Can we build a better Kenosha? Yes, we can!
Each December, the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra serenades its audience with many popular holiday favorites. For 2017, the Symphony invites everyone on Saturday, December 9th at 2:30pm to visit Reuther Auditorium, 58th Street and Sheridan Road. where they will be joined by the Kenosha Chamber Choir for its Holiday Concert. This concert is generously presented to the community by Snap-on Incorporated.
Santa Claus is coming to town. In Kenosha, Santa Claus arrived on November 24, 2017 with the countdown and lighting of the City of Kenosha's official Christmas Tree, located west of the Kenosha Public Museum.
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